Students’ efforts rewarded

Caroline Gainsborough, Josh Millard, Ryan Griffin, Jade Davey and Maia Wilkinson with their awards.   (Lin) EMN-150727-182028001
Caroline Gainsborough, Josh Millard, Ryan Griffin, Jade Davey and Maia Wilkinson with their awards. (Lin) EMN-150727-182028001
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Caistor Yarborough Academy Head teacher Jeremy Newnham welcomed a large audience to the awards evening.

There were two musical interludes, the first by head girl Sophie Wilson playing Montanas Nebulosas on the guitar, and Daniel Pyle playing the guitar and singing Blame It On Me by George Ezra.

The presentation of awards for subject achievements, effort and attitude were given to students, as well as house awards for students’ contribution to their house.

Trophies were awarded for commitment to citizenship, personal achievements, outstanding ability in music and sport and the head teacher’s award for exemplifying the school’s values.

The Clare Bloomfield Cup, awarded to the student who has achieved well despite suffering difficulties, went to Alexander Gainsborough, received on his behalf by his mum, Caroline Gainsborough.

The Melanie Pope Memorial String Trophy for music was shared by Danielle Faulkner and Robyn Whittle, who are both through to Lincs Has Got Talent competition.

The Marrow’s Trophy, for contributions to the school, was shared by Joshua Millard and Ryan Griffin.

The Arthur Spalding Trophy for Citizenship, was received by Maia Wilkinson.

The Sporting Achievement went to Niamh Skipworth, who was praised as a model student who listens to advice and is a County Cricket player.

Jade Davey, last year’s head girl, was delighted to receive the Head Teacher’s award for exemplifying the school’s value and always being resolutely positive.